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" On warm humid nights do not give milk feedings, because the humidity is higher at night than in the daytime. 7. For diarrhea give calomel or castor oil to eliminate decomposing food. Stop all milk feedings temporarily. If the air is hot but dry, milk... "
Pediatrics: Orthopedic surgery - Page 24
1907
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Nashville Journal of Medicine and Surgery, Volume 74

1906 - 586 pages
...weather, with high temperature, stop milk altogether, and feed gruels until the humid condition is past. 6. On warm humid nights do not give milk feedings,...the humidity is higher at night than in the daytime. 7. For diarrhea give calomel or castor oil to eliminate decomposing food. Stop all milk feedings temporarily....
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The Monthly Cyclopaedia of Practical Medicine and Universal ..., Volume 9

Medicine - 1906 - 598 pages
...gruels fed until the humid condition is past. On warm, humid nights, milk-feedings should not be given, because the humidity is higher at night than in the daytime, although the temperature may be lower. Gruels or whey, which produce little heat, should be fed. For diarrhoea, castor oil or calomel should...
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Physician and Surgeon: A Professional Medical Journal, Volume 29

Medicine - 1907 - 644 pages
...high temperature, discontinue' milk altogether, and feed gruels until the humid condition is past. (6) On warm, humid nights do not give milk feedings; because the humidity is higher at night than in daytime. (7) For diarrhea give calomel or castor oil to eliminate decomposing food. Stop all milk feedings...
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Physician and Surgeon, Volume 29

1907 - 618 pages
...with high temperature, discontinue milk altogether, and feed gruels until the humid condition is past. (6) On warm, humid nights do not give milk feedings; because the humidity is higher at night than in daytime. (7) For diarrhea give calomel or castor oil to eliminate decomposing food. Stop all milk feedings...
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The American Journal of Obstetrics and Diseases of Women and Children, Volume 54

Children - 1906 - 976 pages
...diminished. On warm, humid nights, milk feedings should not be given, because the humidity is greater at night than in the daytime, although the temperature may be lower. Gruels or whey, which produce little heat, should be given. For diarrhea give castor oil or calomel...
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Mississippi Valley Medical Monthly, Volume 26

Medicine - 1906 - 746 pages
...weather, with high temperature, stop milk altogether, and feed gruels until the humid condition is past. 6. On warm humid nights do not give milk feedings,...the humidity is higher at night than in the daytime. 7. For diarrhea give calomel or castor oil to eliminate decomposing food. Stop all milk feedings temporarily....
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